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If you are concerned and you have symptoms of prostate cancer the PSA test is a blood test to help detect prostate cancer. But it's not perfect and will not find all prostate cancers. The test, which can be done at a GP surgery, measures the level of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in your blood. PSA is a protein made only by the prostate gland. We suggest you ask your GP for a test in the first instance.

Our PSA events for 2023 are as follows:


Date                     PSA Event

15 April                IW Indoor Bowls Club Ryde

27 May                 Cowes (bookings now open)

8 July                   Sandown (bookings now open)

19 August            Totland

30 September       Ryde

14 October           Seaview

4 November          Newport

For more detail on these events and further promotional events please click here 

Registering and booking a test 

To book a test you will first need to register or if already registered sign in. You can access the registration and booking page by clicking here. Once you have created an account using your email address  and entering you personal information your registration will be confirmed via email. This account will be used for the first and any further tests and, in the future, you will sent reminders to book further tests at the appropriate time. The personal information requested is vital for the consultant to accurately assess your risk of developing prostate cancer.

For example, if you are taking Dutasteide or Finasteride, medications used in the treatment of benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), you must include this in your information as these medications do not reduce your risk of prostate cancer but do affect your PSA score.

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